List of Resources for OAH Statement on Capitol Assault

The Journal of American History

Open Articles

“Census Technology, Politics, and Institutional Change, 1790–2020”
By Steven Ruggles, Diana L Magnuson
Journal of American History, Volume 107, Issue 1, June 2020, Pages 19–51,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jaaa007

“Interchange: Corruption Has a History” By Paula Baker, Mary Berry, Daniel Czitrom, Barbara Hahn, James Kloppenberg ...
Journal of American History, Volume 105, Issue 4, March 2019, Pages 912–938,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jaz005

“Introduction: Constructing the Carceral State”
By Kelly Lytle Hernández, Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Heather Ann Thompson
Journal of American History, Volume 102, Issue 1, June 2015, Pages 18–24,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jav259

“Conservatism: A State of the Field”
By Kim Phillips-Fein
Journal of American History, Volume 98, Issue 3, December 2011, Pages 723–743,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jar430

“No Ordinary Crime: Reflections on the Future of the History of Mob Violence”
By William D. Carrigan
Journal of American History, Volume 101, Issue 3, December 2014, Pages 847–849,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jau542

Available to Subscribers/Members

“180 Op–Eds: Or How to Make the Present Historical”
By Joanne Meyerowitz
Journal of American History, Volume 107, Issue 2, September 2020, Pages 323–335,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jaaa335

“The Right-Wing Popular Front: The Far Right and American Conservatism in the 1950s”
By David Austin Walsh
Journal of American History, Volume 107, Issue 2, September 2020, Pages 411–432,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jaaa182

“Bananas North, Deportees South: Punishment, Profits, and the Human Costs of the Business of Deportation”
By Adam Goodman
Journal of American History, Volume 106, Issue 4, March 2020, Pages 949–974,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jaz674

“One Course, Two Presidents, Three Years: Teaching Peace History in Donald Trump's America”
By Heather Fryer
Journal of American History, Volume 105, Issue 4, March 2019, Pages 944–950,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jaz006

“The Fascist Game: Transnational Political Transmission and the Genesis of the U.S. Modern Right”
By Joseph Fronczak
Journal of American History, Volume 105, Issue 3, December 2018, Pages 563–588,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jay279

“Making and Circulating the News in an Illiberal Age”
By Nancy F. Cott
Journal of American History, Volume 104, Issue 3, December 2017, Pages 599–609,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jax310

“Reunion and Reconciliation, Reviewed and Reconsidered”
By Nina Silber
Journal of American History, Volume 103, Issue 1, June 2016, Pages 59–83,
https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jaw008

The American Historian

History for Black Lives
Special Guest Editor Carl Suddler
September 2020
https://www.oah.org/tah/issues/2020/history-for-black-lives/

“The Cause Was Never Lost”
By Jason Morgan Ward
November 2015
https://www.oah.org/tah/issues/2015/november/the-cause-was-never-lost/

Process: a blog for American history

“Trump, Democracy, and the Constitution”
By Michael Klarman
http://www.processhistory.org/klarman-trump-democracy/

“President Trump and His Times”
By Julian E. Zelizer
http://www.processhistory.org/zelizer-trump-and-his-times/

“Donald Trump and the Anti-New Deal Tradition”
By Lawrence Glickman
http://www.processhistory.org/trump-anti-new-deal/

“History Shows that Our Elections Are Rigged—Just Not the Way Donald Trump Thinks They Are”
By Charles L. Zelden
http://www.processhistory.org/zelden-voting/

“The Trump Challenge”
By Jennifer Delton
http://www.processhistory.org/delton-trump/

“Teaching in the Time of Trump”
By Van Gosse
http://www.processhistory.org/teaching-trump/

“Back to the Future: Can Trump Win with Law and Order Like Nixon in 1968?”
By Michael W. Flamm
http://www.processhistory.org/trump-law-and-order/0

“George Floyd and the End of American Hegemony
By Jonathan Wiesen
http://www.processhistory.org/wiesen-georgefloyd/

“Evangelicals and Immigration: A Conflicted History”
By Ulrike Elisabeth Stockhausen
http://www.processhistory.org/stockhausen-immigration/

“Church Ladies and Grassroots Political Religion”
By Gale Kenny
http://www.processhistory.org/kenny-church-ladies/

“The Fascist Game: A Conversation on the Origins of the American Modern Right”
By Joseph Fronczak
http://www.processhistory.org/fronczak-fascism/

“Billy Graham’s Legacy”
By Melani Mcalister
http://www.processhistory.org/mcalister-billy-grahams-legacy/

“Teaching in the Wake of Charlottesville”
A Round Table
http://www.processhistory.org/teaching-in-the-wake-of-charlottesville/

“The Notion of Tax Reform in Historical Perspective”
By Ajay K. Mehrotra
http://www.processhistory.org/mehrotra-tax-reform/

“The Changing Political Identities of American Science”
By Josh Howe
http://www.processhistory.org/howe-science-march/

“Labor and the Environmental Justice Movement: Why Their Shared History MattersToday”
By Josiah Rector
http://www.processhistory.org/rector-environmental-justice/

“Tax Revolts, Tax Marches, and the Politics of Transparency in U.S. History”
By Molly Michelmore
http://www.processhistory.org/michelmore-taxes/

“Constitutional Originalism and History”
By Jonathan Gienapp
http://www.processhistory.org/originalism-history/

“From Devolution to DeVos: A Brief History of the Federal Role in American Education”
By Lawrence J. McAndrews
http://www.processhistory.org/mcandrews-federal-education/

“Historians Put Immigration Executive Order in Historical Context”
Process Editors
http://www.processhistory.org/immigration-executive-order-panel/

“When Antifascism Comes to America”
By Joseph Fronczak
http://www.processhistory.org/when-antifascism-comes-to-america/

“The 2016 Election and the Transformation of the Democratic Party”
By Lily Geismer
http://www.processhistory.org/geismer-2016-election/

“Toppling Columbus, Recasting Italian Americans”
By Laura E. Ruberto and Joseph Sciorra
http://www.processhistory.org/rubertosciorra-toppling-columbus/

“On Statues, History, and Historians”
By Rich Heyman
http://www.processhistory.org/heyman-ut-statues/

“Putting the 2016 Election into Historical Context”
Process Editors
http://www.processhistory.org/historians-panel-2016-election/

“Politicizing and Practicing Motherhood: Why We Should Care What Phyllis Schlafly Served her Kids for Breakfast”
By Natalia Mehlman Petrzela
http://www.processhistory.org/politicizing-motherhood/

2020 Virtual OAH Annual Meeting Session

Sanctuary: Defending the Vulnerable and Challenging the State from the Nineteenth Century until the Present
https://secure.oah.org/virtual-meetings/session/327

Distinguished Lectureship Program Recorded Lectures

“The Great Force of History: White Innocence, Historical Justice, and Making Black Lives Matter,” June 29, 2018
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FILlorKivIY&list=PLDE6EB3B5A4C5E698&index=4&t=1883s

Stephen Kantrowitz, “Ben Tillman and the Reconstruction of White Supremacy,”  November 17, 2017
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nm2DMDNegVs&list=PLDE6EB3B5A4C5E698&index=9&t=593s

Matthew Frye Jacobson, “Whiteness and the Normative American Citizen,” December 17, 2014
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_WbWd4fw4g&list=PLDE6EB3B5A4C5E698&index=44

Bruce J. Schulman, “The Rise of Conservatism in Modern America,” 2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5oCoz7aN9A&list=PLDE6EB3B5A4C5E698&index=70